operate as independent non directional "thru" paths that can handle up to 30 volts RMS p2p, like a simple set of wires but reconfigurable digitally.
So 30V RMS is +42V and -42V or 84V peak to peak.This is not a beginners project and I feel it is way too big for you. What sort of current do you want to switch? That is often a big crunch. Most electronics will not run at these sorts of voltages, you are in expensive territory.I would certainly not try and build such a system myself.Basically this sort of things is called a Crossbar switch and would cost you several thousands of $ to make.Imagine if you could get a switch element for $1, a highly unlikely prospect, then the project would cost you at least $2500.
We're talking about switching audio here.. synthesizers that max out at 10 V.. the 30 is a precaution to help with spikes. Lots of companies seem to be making digital switching matrixes.
I mean 42VAC p2p if thats easier for you.
42 sounds right depending on where the starting point was. Who said we were starting with only the up or down cycle?
There are no digital switching chips that can handle 30V? low current, milli amps..
We're talking about switching audio here.. synthesizers that max out at 10 V.
the 30 is a precaution to help with spikes.
Lots of companies seem to be making digital switching matrixes.
What details seem missing to you? I'll explain whatever else you need!
Im not here to get technical about your advice
There is more to this idea, but this is my starting point
Start by telling me what it is supposed to do. Not technical, no "hook this signal to that blah blah. Tell me what it is supposed to do, this thing will take sounds from my trumpet and play them on a drum machine. I hope I can accomplish this by... EXACTLY what signals you have and where they come from. Things like that. I don't want to waste time on someone vaguely half-assed explaining and then once I've put in some effort suddenly there's one more requirement or whatever. Just get it ALL out there.
Similar to this - but more I/O. Lets forget making it any more complicated than that for now.https://www.ericasynths.lv/shop/eurorack-modules/by-series/basic-series/matrix-mixer/
http://www.electronicbeats.net/the-feed/eurorack-modular-synth-laptop-free/I want to make all of that wiring go to one box that is control unit for patching it all.